Skip to content

Ep. 25, Pushing PowerShell’s perceived purpose with James Brundage


PowerShell podcast logo
James BrundageFounder and lead developer at Start-AutomatingX

Aired August 15, 2022 | 101 min

In this episode, we explore the boundaries of PowerShell and the significant advancements in the language. We hear from one of the most advanced PowerShellers we've encountered, James, who offers insights into his experience working on the PowerShell team and the substantial growth of PowerShell over the years. He also discusses his various projects, covering RegeX, UIs, formatting, Git, markdown, and introduces his latest project, an extensible transpiler called PipeScript.

Meet our guest

James Brundage, with more than 15 years of deep involvement in PowerShell, previously served on the PowerShell team during v2 and v3. Now, he works at Start-Automating, where he leverages his PowerShell skills to address substantial challenges for organizations globally. James is also known for his numerous projects on GitHub and his regular knowledge-sharing sessions at user groups and conferences.

PowerShell Pod Meet the guests image

Meet the hosts

Andrew Pla

Twitter (X) | LinkedIn

Andrew Pla, a seasoned IT professional with over 10 years of experience, has spent the last 5 years mastering PowerShell. An ardent member of the PowerShell community and a Microsoft MVP, he loves sharing his knowledge and leveraging automation to solve complex problems. You can always find him connecting with others on the PDQ Discord and troubleshooting, with the firm belief that a problem shared is a problem halved.

PowerShell Podcast Host Andrew PlaPowerShell Podcast Host Andrew Pla

Jordan Hammond

Twitter (X) | LinkedIn

Jordan Hammond spent years as an exchange server administrator. One day, it dawned on him that he could automate many of those mundane tasks using PowerShell. And just like that, his journey into PowerShell began. Jordan has spent the past several years working at PDQ perfecting his automation and PowerShell skills.

Podcast Host Jordan HammondPodcast Host Jordan Hammond

Find the PowerShell Podcast on

PowerShell Pod LogoPowerShell Pod Logo

Latest episodes